Together Again

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Deryl’s latest kicks off with its bluesy first single and title cut, a confident cover of the Buck Owens 1964 classic, but “Together Again” actually isn’t all that typical of the album as a whole. Together Again is balanced easily between Nashville’s contemporary country and Texas’ honky-tonk grit, and it wouldn’t be surprising to hear cuts like the clever “Life Behind Bars” and melodic “It Don’t Take Much” in a roadhouse or on the radio. Deryl also makes room for a couple of nifty side trips, like the fast-talking two-minute goof “Beer and the Belly” and a spirited take on the gospel staple “I’ll Fly Away.”

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